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Bacha Khan's teachings can halt extremism

Shah said Pashtu­ns had suffer­ed the most at the hands of the Tehrik-i-Taliba­n Pakist­an Bacha Khan. PHOTO: FILE LAHORE: The teachings of Bacha Khan remain a bulwark against extremist tendencies in Khyber Pukhtunkhwa (KPK), ... The Express Tribune, 1 month ago

Project Taliban

Afrasiab Khattak-Religious seminaries have a long history but Taliban (students of the seminaries) emerged as an independent and separate political entity in mid 1990s. They ostensibly rose as a player in Afghan politics to fill the vacuum created ...
 Afghanistan Times4 days ago

Facilitating terrorism in Kabul

For the second time in nine months Afghanistan President Ashraf Ghani has lashed out at Pakistan in the aftermath of a Taliban orchestrated terror attack in Kabul. On August 7 last year, deadly bombings targeted an army complex, police academy and ...
 The Nation Pakistan1 week ago

Kabul's season of uncertainty

Afghan President Ghani's efforts at securing Pakistan's cooperation to kick-start peace talks with the Taliban have been a failure. His national unity government is looking increasingly fragile. The massive bomb blast in the heart of Kabul last ...
 The Hindu1 week ago

Taliban app appears on Amazon after Google shut one down

While U.S. military forces help the Afghan government battle a resurgent Taliban, American tech firms are fighting their own war against the insurgents propaganda campaign. Amazon is the latest company to find a Taliban app in its online store, ...
 SiliconValley.com4 weeks ago Google Play: Taliban App Removed Shortly After Debut  NewsMax.com4 weeks ago Report: Google deletes Taliban app  SiliconValley.com1 month ago Taliban Android app latest example of group's growing tech savvy  Christian Science Monitor1 month ago

This Afghan Teenager Uses The Weapon Of Music To Fight Against Oppression And Taliban

Like many teenagers, 19-year-old Negin Khpalwak from Kunar in eastern Afghanistan loves music, but few people of her age have battled as fiercely to pursue their passion in the face of family hostility and threats. Reuters Playing ...
 Indiatimes2 weeks ago All-Female Orchestra In Afghanistan Fights The Taliban With Music  Huffington Post2 weeks ago Afghan teen braves threats, family pressure, leads women's orchestra  Eye Witness News2 weeks ago Schools in eastern Afghanistan run by Taliban rules  Abu Dhabi National1 month ago

Afghanistan's first female orchestra

Afghan girls brave Taliban threats and family pressure for music -- as they take part in , which is getting ready for its international debut. Like many teenagers, 19-year-old Negin Khpalwak from Kunar in eastern Afghanistan loves music, but ...
 Reuters UK2 weeks ago Afghan girls pursue music passion  Reuters UK2 weeks ago
Irish Times

Asylum denial quashed for man who says he was abducted by Taliban

High Court told Afghani worked for commander responsible for disappearance of 100 Shias A 34-year-old Afghani man, who claimed he was abducted by the Taliban in his home country to work for them, has won a High Court action against a decision of the ...
 Irish Times1 month ago Man who says he was abducted by Taliban to be given new asylum hearing in Ireland  TheJournal.ie1 month ago Afghani (34) who claimed he was abducted by the Taliban in his home country to work for them wins High Court action  Irish Independent1 month ago

Explosions shake Kabul shortly after US Secretary Kerry's departure

The explosions could signal an emphatic rebuke of Kerry's peace initiative. The resurgent Taliban have little incentive for talks - demanding the departure of 13,000 foreign troops as a precondition for negotiations. At least two explosions, and ...
 Deutsche Welle3 weeks ago Kerry reiterates USA support to Afghan forces  Equilibrio Informativo3 weeks ago
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In Pakistan, combating Taliban extremism through music

With the army now controlling many tribal areas of Pakistan that had been plagued by the Taliban, musicians who'd fled are returning to their homes. The government is helping them get back on their feet. Taliban militants had forbidden musicians ...
 Deutsche Welle3 weeks ago
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